HealthDay (6/8, Preidt) reports that “people who’ve been through a bout of COVID may be more vulnerable to mental health disorders in the months following their infection,” according to a study published online in the journal World Psychiatry. Patients with COVID-19 “were about 25% more likely to be diagnosed with a mental health condition in the four months after their infection than those with other types of respiratory infections…the study found.” Furthermore, “investigators discovered a minor but significant increase in risk for anxiety disorders…but no increased risk of mood disorders.” (SOUCRE: APA Headlines)